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August 23, 2016, by Dan Kovalik

Editor’s note: NB Power sources some of its coal from the Cerrejón coal mine in Colombia. Earlier this week, on August 1, the Supreme Court of Colombia ordered President Manuel […]

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August 18, 2016, by Rachel Warden

“Berta Caceres had three qualities that made her such a powerful advocate and activist for her people and for the environment. She was Indigenous, a woman and a feminist.” Honduran […]

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August 18, 2016, by Bruce Wark

Cape Sharp Tidal Inc. has confirmed that the first of two test turbines has arrived in Saint John aboard the barge Scotia Tide. The five-storey, 1,000 tonne turbine reached New […]

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August 15, 2016, by Dallas McQuarrie

A deer biologist who spent 15 years working for the government of New Brunswick says plunging deer populations in the province are part of a larger crisis in New Brunswick’s […]

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August 14, 2016, by NB Media Co-op

Jennifer Brant will speak about missing and murdered Indigenous women in her lecture, “Forever Loving, Forever Resisting: Recent Research on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” as part of the NB […]

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August 10, 2016, by Najat Abdou-McFarland

Start the Farms Dorchester 2016 is a New Brunswick-based group hoping to reopen the prison farm at Dorchester Penitentiary, a Canadian federal corrections facility located in the village of Dorchester. […]

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Wayuu by Dan Kovalik

Colombia’s largest indigenous group is dying with media complicity

August 23, 2016, by Dan Kovalik

Editor’s note: NB Power sources some of its coal from the Cerrejón coal mine in Colombia. Earlier this week, on August 1, the Supreme Court of ...

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The spirit of Berta Cáceres: The power and playful defiance of Indigenous women at the World Social Forum

August 18, 2016, by Rachel Warden

“Berta Caceres had three qualities that made her such a powerful advocate and activist for her people and for the environment. She was Indigenou ...

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Giant tidal turbine arrives in Saint John on its way to the Minas Passage

August 18, 2016, by Bruce Wark

Cape Sharp Tidal Inc. has confirmed that the first of two test turbines has arrived in Saint John aboard the barge Scotia Tide. The five-storey, 1,000 ...